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Gainsville Tournament results


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By Ray - Posted on 19 June 2010

We had a great time at the West Alabama crappiei tournament on Gainsville lake today even with the severe heat. Here is the top 10.

Place

Team

Total Weight

1

Jessie and Nona Wright

9.30

2

Charles and Albert Humber

8.14

3

Tracey and Scott Humber

8.10

4

Tim Fields / Phillip Frost

7.14

5

Ray Trull / Matt Lindsey

7.13

6

Larry Fulton

7.07

7

Steve and Teresa Minor

6.15

8

Ray Looney / Charlie Kent

6.13

9

Pate and Duncan

6.11

10

Medders and Medders

6.07

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Had a great time and enjoyed talking with all the folks involved with West Alabama Crappie Association. They put on a great event. I have to admit I was a little hot today. My partner caught a gar that was very large, I have a video of it, wish I could post it. I still have a long way to go with computers.

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